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Seek, and ye shall find

When you want something, do you search for reasons you can’t have it? Or do you look for reasons you’ll get it?

If you start a new project, are you secretly searching for an excuse to fail? Or for support to help you win?

Either way, the result is the same: If you seek it, you will find it.

Try it the next time you set a goal. Let’s talk about a small one here, like getting in your workout today. Will you do it?

You could search for an excuse to NOT exercise, and quickly find any number of them:

  • Traffic will be backed up.

  • I had a terrible day and just want a glass of wine.

  • My favorite Netflix series is back with a new season.

But if you’re committed to your regimen, you’ll find positive affirmations like these:

  • I can’t wait to see my workout buddy.

  • I bet I can lift more/run farther/burn more calories than I did last time.

  • I know I will get a great night’s sleep after the gym.

They’re all just as easy to find, so ask yourself: What am I looking for today? An excuse to fail, or a reason to win?

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